Spin up a container to develop from anywhere!
To run, just:
docker run -ti aghost7/nodejs-dev:boron tmux new
Alternatively, if on Linux:
python3 -m pip install --user slipway slipway start aghost7/nodejs-dev:carbon
ubuntu-dev-base: Ubuntu image with a few presets such as docker of already installed. It is also configured to allow passwordless
sudojust like those vagrant images. Tags available:
focal: Ubuntu Focal Fossa (20.04) image.
power-tmux: Powerline + Tmux. Based from the
ubuntu-dev-baseimage. Images available:
nvim: NeoVim image. Based from
ubuntu-tmux. Language agnostic vim setup (no language-specific plugins in there). Images available:
nodejs-dev: nvm + nodejs specific configurations. Tags available:
focal-erbium: Ubuntu 20.04 + NodeJs 12.
rust-dev: NeoVim configuration and autocomplete for the Rust language.
focal-stableuses rust stable with YouCompleteMe backed by only racer.
focal-nightlyuses rust nightly with deoplete backed by RLS.
py-dev: Python configuration with autocomplete for python and ptpython.
focal: Ubuntu 20.04 + python 3.6
ruby-dev: Ruby image with language server. Tags:
focal: Ruby 2.3 pre-installed.
c-dev: Ubuntu Bionic image for c development with cquery for completions.
focal: Ubuntu 20.04 + clangd
deno-dev: Ubuntu Bionic image for deno development with bash completions. Tags Available:
bionic: Ubuntu 18.4 + Deno v1.0
devops: Python image with additional tools (e.g., terraform) for devops related tasks. Images available:
pg-dev: Postgresql image with pgcli, a command line client with autocompletions and syntax highlighting. Tags correspond to the Postgresql version:
my-dev: MySql image with mycli utility. Tags correspond to the mysql version:
mongo-dev: Official mongodb image with Mongo Hacker added. Tags correspond to the mongdb version:
redis-dev: Redis image with iredis included. Tags available:
Vim configurations are broken down into three parts:
init.vim: This is the equivalent for
plugin.vim: This contains all plugins which will be installed using
post-plugin.vim: Contains all plugin-specific configurations for Neovim. Configurations which aren't plugin-specific reside in the
Breaking it down this way allows one to just run
cat addition.vim >> $XDG_CONFIG_PATH/file to add new plugins and configs for
specific programing languages and libraries.
The docker daemon run over a socket. The command line tool is just a client to the daemon. In other words, if we make the socket connectable from within the container we're in business.
For some reason it needs
privileged to work as well.
docker run -ti --rm \ --privileged \ -v `readlink -f /var/run/docker.sock`:/var/run/docker.sock \ aghost7/ubuntu-dev-base:latest \ tmux new
For ssh, just pass the socket over to the container.
docker run -ti --rm \ -v $SSH_AUTH_SOCK:$SSH_AUTH_SOCK \ -e SSH_AUTH_SOCK=$SSH_AUTH_SOCK \ aghost7/ubuntu-dev-base:latest \ tmux new
I like to avoid having to reconfigure git every time, so I mount a volume for
~/.ssh/known_hosts is also anoying.
Basically, X11 is built in a manner that allows sending display data over the wire. I've managed to run GUI applications from a headless server through an ssh connection in the past. The way I'm doing this is through the same old unix socket trick for controlling the docker daemon that's on the host machine.
docker run -ti --rm \ -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY \ -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix:ro \ aghost7/ubuntu-dev-base:latest bash
On the host you'll need to disable one of the security features in X11.
xhost +si:localuser:$USER > /dev/null
There is a tutorial which can be found here.